Yorkshire Wolds Way
|Yorkshire Wolds Way|
Yorkshire Wolds Way sign at Market Weighton
|Length||79 mi (127 km)|
|Designation||UK National Trail|
|Trailheads||Hessle, East Riding of Yorkshire
Filey, North Yorkshire
The Yorkshire Wolds Way is a National Trail in Yorkshire, England. It runs 79 miles (127 km) from Hessle to Filey, around the Yorkshire Wolds. At Filey Brigg, it connects with the Cleveland Way, another National Trail. In 2007 the Yorkshire Wolds Way celebrated the 25th anniversary of its official opening which took place on 2 October 1982.
The route of the Yorkshire Wolds Way passes close to or through the following places:
- North Ferriby
- South Cave
- North Newbald
- Market Weighton
- Wharram Percy
- Wharram le Street
- Potter Brompton
Places in italics are slightly off the main route.
Yorkshire Wolds Way, a two-part BBC television documentary, features a journey along the Yorkshire Wolds Way. Presenter Paul Rose describes the trail as "arguably Britain's least well-known national walking trail". The documentary was first broadcast in January 2017.
- "Yorkshire Wolds Way chalks up 25 years". The National Trail website. Natural England. 2007. Retrieved 2007-10-25.
- Walking The Wolds Way, David Clensy, 2007. ISBN 978-1-4303-1019-8
- Yorkshire Wolds Way, Roger Ratcliffe, 2011. Official National Trail Guide. ISBN 978-1-84513-643-7
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